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@Sashimi

Is it possible to take screenshots from inside the bios? Or must one use a camera?
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Originally Posted by Silvaren View Post

Hello everyone. I ran prime for 13 hours and i had a stable system for 2 months or so but today i had bsod 124 for the first time.
What would cause that ? It is kinda interesting. Can anyone help me with this ?
Thanks.

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Originally Posted by silvrr View Post

Would help if you filled in your system and your OC settings. Also what was the computer doing when it had the BSOD?


I fixed it now you should be able to see my rig i guess.

I was playing an mmorpg and i was talking to my friends on skype then it gave me bsod for the first time. I played non-stop BF3 before for hours and nothing happened. I dont understand how could this happen because i was stable for 2-3 months.
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Originally Posted by Bal3Wolf View Post

IF your using offset volts have you disabled c4 and c6 you will get a 124 bsod when idle using offset sometimes with exact to if those are enabled.

No i am not using offset i am using fixed voltage.

What should i do ?
post #8793 of 10699
Screen capture is available in the asus bios. It will save onto your flash drive.
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@Sashimi

Is it possible to take screenshots from inside the bios? Or must one use a camera?


Before booting attach a USB drive to your system then use the F12 key to take a screen shot the UEFI will ask you to verify the drive then the shot accept both then when you are in windows the .bmp file of your screen shot will be available on the usb drive to use like you have seen in the spoilers. GL

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I just put together a new computer on Monday. 2500K with an ASUS z77-V LE, AX750 PSU, and 8gb gskill ddr3 1600.

Currently, I'm looking at an overclock of 4.7ghz (100.0*47) w/ voltage set to 1.440 in bios. I have not tested it to the specifications listed here yet, but I will soon. For now, I'm curiuos if you guys know any techniques for lowering the voltage to it's minimum value. Also, I've read about an option in the bios that will minimize vdrop, but I have not seen it. I know it to not be stable at 1.400V (which at load was displaying 1.296-1.320 in cpu-z), and every test I've run shows this to be pretty stable at 1.440V (at load 1.328-1.35V from cpu-z). Temps: 71, 74, 73, 72 after 5 hours running Intel Burn Tool (2gb ram). It lasted 7 hours on prime95 as well.

Also, I'm wondering what I should set my ram to. I know this is more about sandy, but figure while I'm here. I'm currently at 1600 w/ 9,9,9,24. I cannot go higher without changing the timings, but I dont know if it would be better to ho higher with worse timings, or just sit where I am.

One last thing, should raising the BLCK also mean an increase in VCORE?

Thanks guys.
post #8796 of 10699
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I just put together a new computer on Monday. 2500K with an ASUS z77-V LE, AX750 PSU, and 8gb gskill ddr3 1600.
Currently, I'm looking at an overclock of 4.7ghz (100.0*47) w/ voltage set to 1.440 in bios. I have not tested it to the specifications listed here yet, but I will soon. For now, I'm curiuos if you guys know any techniques for lowering the voltage to it's minimum value. Also, I've read about an option in the bios that will minimize vdrop, but I have not seen it. I know it to not be stable at 1.400V (which at load was displaying 1.296-1.320 in cpu-z), and every test I've run shows this to be pretty stable at 1.440V (at load 1.328-1.35V from cpu-z). Temps: 71, 74, 73, 72 after 5 hours running Intel Burn Tool (2gb ram). It lasted 7 hours on prime95 as well.
Also, I'm wondering what I should set my ram to. I know this is more about sandy, but figure while I'm here. I'm currently at 1600 w/ 9,9,9,24. I cannot go higher without changing the timings, but I dont know if it would be better to ho higher with worse timings, or just sit where I am.
One last thing, should raising the BLCK also mean an increase in VCORE?
Thanks guys.

The reason your load voltage is lower is because you need to use load line calibration (LLC) it will increase the voltage so ultra high will keep it about the same that you set it in the bios. If you were running 1.44 volts with ultra high LLC you could probably get 5GHz or higher. I suspect you have a good stable voltage around 1.35 if you set your bios to run ultra high LLC.

As for the ram, most DDR3 is rated for 1600MHz so since I don't know what kind you have your 9 9 9 24 is about standard, just make sure to set the ddr voltage to 1.5.

Increasing the bclk will increase the clock on your cpu, memory, pci bus and can cause system errors if you go to high, with sandy bride cpu's its best to set the bclk to 100 and disable clock skew and just use the cpu multiplier to overclock, but if you did use it you would still need about the same amount of vcore to maintain a certain overclock..
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The reason your load voltage is lower is because you need to use load line calibration (LLC) it will increase the voltage so ultra high will keep it about the same that you set it in the bios. If you were running 1.44 volts with ultra high LLC you could probably get 5GHz or higher. I suspect you have a good stable voltage around 1.35 if you set your bios to run ultra high LLC.
As for the ram, most DDR3 is rated for 1600MHz so since I don't know what kind you have your 9 9 9 24 is about standard, just make sure to set the ddr voltage to 1.5.
Increasing the bclk will increase the clock on your cpu, memory, pci bus and can cause system errors if you go to high, with sandy bride cpu's its best to set the bclk to 100 and disable clock skew and just use the cpu multiplier to overclock, but if you did use it you would still need about the same amount of vcore to maintain a certain overclock..

Alright, thanks for the reply. I've done a little bit of very quick testing (running IBT 10x on 1024. If I find something I want to stick with I will go back and test more, but it can at least tell me what is too unstable), and have a couple things to ask now.

First my data (all tests run at 47x100.0, ram at 1600 9,9,9,24)
Test 1: First I tried high LLC @ 1.400 V as I didnt know what would happen. I got 1.360V (Temps: 68, 73, 72, 71).
Test 2: Tried 1.340V with ultra high LLC - This got a vcore at load of 1.336-1.344V (temps of 67, 71, 68, 69).
Test 3: 1.300V & Extreme LLC. I got 1.328-1.336V at load (temps: 67, 71, 68 ,69).

I know these tests dont tell me if it's really stable, but I can work on that later. As I understand, lower voltage tends to be better, so long as things are stable. Also, higher voltage tends to increase heat. So, I wonder why do I keep reading Extreme LLC is bad? Yes, it's a higher voltage than what I set in the bios, but that can be compensated by lowering that. Shouldn't this give the optimal results, as when not at load it will be lower? Or at least I think it will. I failed to note the voltage when not at load, but I'm pretty sure I saw it reading 1.304-1.312V (cpuz).

Also, something I notice with the data there.. I notice test 1 temps were slightly higher than tests 2 and 3. This could be due to small fluctuations in room temp, or the short test I understand, but might there be something else to it? It has a slightly higher voltage, could that be it?

Oh, and for the record, this is my ram. Default in the bios was 1.50000V @ 1600, 9,9,9,24. I have not changed anything (Well, I've tried stuff, but changed it all back). I don't know if it's worth the time to try to overclock that, though I'm thinking I should be able to to some degree.

Edit: After thinking a bit, and looking around, I have a couple other small questions. First, I;m unsure of what VRM is of if I should change it. I have yet to touch it. Second, I'm wondering if I should go back to offset mode. In this mode before, at idle I was at around 1.07-1.10V at idle if memory serves me (load got up to 1.42 or so, which is why I changed it to manual). With this, at idle it would sit much lower than it does currently, which seems like a good thing, and I should be able to get it to my desired voltage (1.34V).

Thanks again.
Edited by Nomeru - 5/9/12 at 5:16pm
post #8798 of 10699
Any tricks to getting 5ghz stable im stable at 4800 on 1.36-1.38 vcore but 5000 still bsods either 101 or 124 even with 1.49 vcore its random to so im wondering if its somthing other then vcore causing me to crash.
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Perhaps the VRM frequency is best set to auto? I never got the 350KHz setting to work the two three times I tried, without bsod'ing while loading windows.
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i have my vrm on 500 lol that works for 4800 might try auto for 5000 im getting in windows fine tho.
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